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is also more difficult when the team is physically spread out.Example- Good leaders promote trust within the group, and they ensure that each individual feels like part of the group. Above all, a leader first demonstrates that he or she is trustworthy.2.Misunderstood strategy:Leaders have to make sure that all team members share a common view of the group's issues and their relative priorities. Without this consensus, the individuals making up the group can never work together to find solutions.3.Misunderstood mission:The leaders are responsible for making sure that everyone knows the group's purpose.Example -The organization works to save the lives of children in remote areas, by makingcrucial medicines available at reduced cost,the organization designs the best computer games in the world.4.Lack of team cohesion and resources:Effective leaders build team cohesion in such cases by using tools such as video conferencing. Establishing rules for interactions is also helpful; for example, some leaders insist that team members respond to all mail from teammates within 24 hours.Every organization needs resources in order to function—and those resources must be available on time.Example:have enough laptops, right software to support your group's business, travel fundsReferences:› Articles › Business & Managementsystems for business and beyond by David T. Bourgeois, Ph.D